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Edamerica. During these unprecedented times, maintaining continuity of student support services is vitally important for higher education. At Edamerica we offer Contact Center, Student Engagement/Outreach and Financial Aid solutions that empower colleges to face the challenges ahead. Visit www.edamerica.net to learn how we can make a difference for you, and more importantly, your students.
If you're ready to grow professionally, expand your network, and become a leader on campus, in your association, or in the financial aid profession, you won't want to miss the NASFAA 2021 Leadership Symposium. We've got two distinct pathways for you to choose from based on your interests. The Association Leadership pathway was designed for those elected to — or considering — association leadership at the state, regional, or national level, while the Leadership Strategies and Realities pathway was created for decision-makers that manage staff, processes and/or engage with campus leadership on enrollment and student success. This training is offered over the span of five weeks, from February 2–March 2, 2021, and all webinars will be available to registrants for on-demand viewing after the live air date. Take a peek at the tentative agenda for a look at the sessions. Space is limited; register today!
Want to wrap up 2020 on a high note with a professional win? There is one opportunity left to earn the FAAC® designation! The next testing window is open from Wednesday, Dec. 2–Dec. 16, 2020. If your application has already been approved, purchase the certification knowledge exam and schedule your session online. If you haven’t applied yet, complete your application online today. Learn more about the testing process and make sure you meet all of the technical requirements. Utilize the new Exam Preparation Guide to aid your studies.
Federal Student Aid announced the posting of the final Application Processing System Specifications for Software Developers for the 2021–2022 cycle.
As a reminder, every organization enrolled for a Student Aid Internet Gateway (SAIG) account is required to review and validate its assigned TG numbers and Electronic Services user accounts by Dec. 11, 2020. Currently, approximately 50 percent of accounts still require validation.